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Doggy delights in the footsteps of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
Truly a step back in time. Wander around the workings of a Neolithic flint mine beautifully positioned on grassy heathland. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Beautifully quiet and relaxing dog walk in the shadow of an 11th century abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Absolutely the best view in town, and a definite 'must-see'.
On a dry day this little cafe is a real find, and a lovely place to sit down for a pot of tea and cake. There's a small shop with a selection of local produce, from jams and chutney to local cheese.
With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Always good, as dogs do well in places like this.
Remote, dark and mysterious forestry plantation with very easy tracks to follow, and mercifully sheep-free so dogs can have a really good off-lead run.
A courtyard setting for a number of country businesses, and easy to spot from the A49. On a dry day when you can sit outside this is a good stop for drivers, dogs and family.
Dog-friendly locals' inn with a cheerful atmosphere. It's close to Abergavenny and easy to spot from the A40.
Such a pretty town it would be a shame to drive on by and not take the dog for a stroll here.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Very charming 16th century dog-friendly dining pub with a large garden and not too much of a diversion from the A361.